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Palmer Luckey
Reminder of something I have talked about before: VR will become something everyone wants before it becomes something everyone can afford.
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Palmer Luckey 23 Dec 15
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Future advancements and high volume will make VR available to everyone eventually, but 1st gen will be mostly early adopters.
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Palmer Luckey 23 Dec 15
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Extreme means like selling at-cost to ensure maximum market growth are not enough to align cost and desired price.
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Jonah Falcon 30 Dec 15
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""VR will become something everyone wants before it becomes something everyone can afford." They said same thing about 3D TV.
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Palmer Luckey 30 Dec 15
Replying to @JonahFalcon
Nobody said that about 3DTV. The most recent incarnation of the 3D movie fad was primarily theater-based.
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G̫͝Ö͍́Ṟ̕A͉̒N̜̓ 30 Dec 15
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"VR will become something everyone wants" I don't want it. Your statement is fallacious.
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Palmer Luckey 30 Dec 15
Replying to @gormagion
@HypnagogiaGM If you insist on being literal, the statement is not fallacious unless everyone can afford VR and you still don't want it.
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Palmer Luckey 23 Dec 15
@AndrewLauritzen You are correct, but many people don't really have hobbies - even the largest hobbyist markets are dwarfed by phone sales.
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Palmer Luckey 23 Dec 15
Replying to @WesleyYue
Yes, because the Rift is actually good. Kind of like how fancy wine competes with muddy water.
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Ruuubick 24 Dec 15
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Palmer Luckey 23 Dec 15
And because it makes the algorithm much less likely to dump all my tweets in your feed vs just the 1st one.
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iestyn lloyd .oO(ᴡᴇᴀʀ ᴀ ᴍᴀsᴋ ғғs) 24 Dec 15
..But us legions of VR devs will probably want to get all your tweets in our timelines :)
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